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Q&A with ESPN's business reporter Darren Rovell

He might not look the part, but Darren Rovell did get on the football field in high school.

OK, so he did it by donning a bulldog costume at Roslyn (N.Y.) High School.

Rovell remains a bulldog reporter, but he's unmasked on TV and the internet. Rovell takes his licks as ESPN's indefatigable sports business reporter, churning out dozens of tweets each day to nearly 1.9 million followers.

Some bristle at what can seem like a joy-sucking, bottom-line view of sports, but when it comes to Northwestern athletics, Rovell

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